For this month’s SPERI spotlight, we talk to Natalie Langford about their research on labour in relation to contemporary shifts in trade and production.
On October 9th Professor Genevieve LeBaron, Co-Director of SPERI, gave her inaugural lecture on ‘Capitalism and Modern Slavery’.
We are very pleased to announce the details of our Political Economy Seminar Series 2019-20.
What does your research focus on? My research examines the ways through which countries can achieve more inclusive development. I’m […]
SPERI is inviting expressions of interest for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship call. We look forward to receiving proposals.
A new report for the OECD written by SPERI’s Michael Jacobs, with research assistance by Merve Sancak, presents an outline of a ‘new economic narrative’.
Registration is now open for Genevieve LeBaron’s inaugural lecture ‘Capitalism and Modern Slavery’
On the eve of a new decade the SPERI conference will explore how global capitalism is changing, and the implications of this for economic policy and for politics.
New research finds that fashion companies are hampering progress to end worker exploitation through irresponsible sourcing practices
Review of International Political Economy announces its first all-women Editorial Board, including SPERI Co-Director Genevieve LeBaron.
For this months SPERI spotlight, we speak to Michael Jacobs about their research on alternative economic paradigms and his critique of orthodox economics.